Wow, CP3 said he thinks Vasquez is on his way to being an all star. High praise from the best PG in the NBA.
Just want to say how impressed ive been with Roberts play this season. He comes in and does his job night in and night out, and if his shot keeps on staying consistent then I have no problem with him staying on this team for this year and the next.
Great win tonight! Hope Gordon is understanding that he can put that team on another level when he´s playing! Plus Davis! Imagine the Clippers suck this season and CP3 comes back home! This team would be too good!
the actual Quote is: “They’re a team that people would say isn’t very talented, but they’re well coached. I watch them play every game, and one thing about Monty [Williams], is if you play for him you’re going to play hard. If you watch their games, they’ve been in overtimes and only had a couple of blowouts. Grievis Vasquez was feeling good tonight. I think he’s on the way to his first All-Star game. With them playing like that, we can’t wait until the fourth quarter to turn it on.”Originally Posted by LouisianaPride
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all star Greivis... obviously wont be but does make you wonder what some people on here expect, cops it most games on the forum
More game pics.
I watched that game until 3 this morning and did some laughing at Jason Smith and how it looked like he was enjoying the heck out of himself. After that little tussle with Matt Barnes Jason was staring him down like "you must not know who I am".
I think we expect what coach expects. Monty said this after the game: " Obviously, guys had big numbers: Jason [Smith], Austin [Rivers] off the bench, and Greivis [Vasquez], with his double-double, almost had a triple-double with the turnovers. "
To me it speaks volumes of what he thinks about that coaching staff in L.A. I may be reading into it too much but...he seems to really not like the fact that HE has to be the only person to really push the rest of the team when it should start with coaching. When CP3 was here with Monty one thing we were was consistant. That roster was not talented especially not as talented as we are right now...but we got to the playoffs and gave the Lakers a run with pretty much a CP3 running a D-League squad. If you would have given CP3 a supporting cast of AD, Ryno, Lopez, Rivers, Aminu, Miller and EG (well a healthy EG) you can't tell me he would have left.
I think CP3 sees the fact now that yes....he's in a big market, has more talent around him than he had here, but it means nothing if your coach cant get the whole team to commit and play hard regardless of wins and losses. They can get to the playoffs on talent alone but you won't last that long....as he saw last yr. Del Negro is just not a guy that can get that commitment out of a team. Monty is. I guarentee you if Monty had that Clippers squad they would have been in the WCF last year at least. I honestly wouldn't be suprised if CP3 decided to walk if they dont get farther in the playoffs this yr. I wouldnt expect him to come back here...just saying that if he leaves I would understand.
"Smith is such a dirty player."-Clips fan
"I swear, he's drunk."-Clips fan
"is exactly the kind of coach we need for this team. A coach with balls, and who gets toughness out of his players. Not this soft, entitled crap we’re sitting through right now."-Clips fan
"I want to kill Jason Smith"-Clips fan
"just punch smith on the face"-Clips fan
"seriously if Barnes hits Smith i don’t care if we lose"-Clips fan
"Barnes gets game ball for that
F Jason Smith"-Clips fan
"Jason Smith, the ultimatum of a d-bag"-Clips fan
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